NORTH LAS VEGAS, Nev. — Electric carmaker Faraday Future says it’s moving heavy equipment and a handful of employees to North Las Vegas early next month.

The company said Monday that it will soon set up construction trailers at the site of its planned car manufacturing plant. Grading is expected to begin in late June.

Faraday says it will move six workers to a new office located in the North Las Vegas City Hall building, with a plan to have 30 employees there by the end of the year.

State lawmakers met in December to authorize up to $335 million in tax incentives and infrastructure improvements for the company and its future home at Apex Industrial Park. A state board last week approved spending $500,000 to start a program to train future Faraday factory workers.